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Dec 23, 2012 8:00am PST
reflection time, or some people call it prayer time. but there is energy that is transmitted when you begin to focus on someone and you begin to send them love and light and energy. just the notion of holding someone in prayer or in that reflective place is a start. >> yes. >> then i think you move from there into action because while prayer is an action, we have to sort of as the quaker's say, move our feet, if you would. someone is in need of a coat. someone is in need of a meal. someone in need of a hug. someone, not just a stranger, but someone usually in our family or connected in our circle is in need. let's think about what that need is and see if we can fill it. >> yes, i love that! there is an old saying, hands that help are holier than lips that pray. >> right. >> so, times we have to take that action and i could not "glee" with you more about that. >> thank you. >> take it further. we are entering a new year. how would you really want to inspire us to make 2013 our best year yet? how do we approach that from a spiritual perspective? >> i think it is same. equally asking our
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Dec 24, 2012 10:00pm PST
, it could be very hyperthermic they won't have a lot of strength or energy and just for him to be able to, you know, tie that rope around the branch, it is very good. >> reporter: as soon as he was pulled to the safety of the raft, he collapsed. >> and he had no energy left. and he just laid down on the bottom of the boat. >> reporter: they believe that the man was homeless, living in an encampment of the brush, which is normally dry, trapped, firefighters said for hours and with the water temperatures so cold, they say that it is a christmas miracle he made it out alive. >> he's pretty beat up and he looked hypothermic. he'll probably be in the hospital a couple of days getting hot chocolate. >> rescuers say that the water was up to their hips. but if they stood in it, the current was so strong that it would have swept him away. >>> pope benedict xvi celebrated christmas eve mass a couple hours earlier than the traditional midnight service. the faithful from around the world packed st. peters. he lit a christmas peace calendar overlooking the square. queen elizabeth tried something less
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